She calls on the services of a variety of sidemen in a variety of settings, from the trombone and piano duet of Ellington's "Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me" (with Victor Atkins) to a seven piece ensemble on Mingus' "Moanin'", which features a front line including both David Murray and Jesse Davis on saxophones and Steve Lefebvre on trumet, along with Morrow's trombone. In the process, she demonstrates chops as an arranger that are every bit as impressive as those she possesses as a player. On top of that, four of the tracks on the disc are Morrow originals, and they hold their own impressively amidst material by Ellington, Mingus, Gillespie, Monk and other masters.
Morrow has included a wide range of material, from standard ballads to classic bebop and beyond, and shows a full command of her instrument in every setting. This release should establish her among the front rank of young leaders in the jazz world.